Friday, April 10, 2009

Rick Warren: I'm Not Against Gay Marriage"

Seems like Rick Warren can't keep his facts straight. First he tells Larry King he never made any statements about Proposition 8, and he's oblivious to the whole gay marriage issue.




Really Rick? Then why did you make this video endorsing Prop 8, and told your flock if they believe in the Bible says they should support it?





Or this interview with Ann Curry where you called gays who follow their nature impulses for sex and relationships immature and further repeated your views on marriage?



Or these statements you made about gay getting hitched:

"The issue to me, I'm not opposed to that as much as I'm opposed to redefinition of a 5,000 year definition of marriage. I'm opposed to having a brother and sister being together and calling that marriage. I'm opposed to an older guy marrying a child and calling that marriage. I'm opposed to one guy having multiple wives and calling that marriage."


Rick, if you didn't want that video misunderstood as an official statement, then maybe you shouldn't have made an online video that could be viewed by anyone with a computer. And if you are against gay marriage, then be a man about yours and say so instead of flip flopping like a fish on a dock. And who are these gay friends he keeps referring to? Where are they?

1 comment:

Ian a.k.a. Darktomahawk said...

There's so much to be said about Rick Warren it's not funny. I guess somebody had to step in to Jerry Falwell's shoes once he departed for Glory.

I'd like to know where he gets his facts..gays comprise only 2% of the population? I thought it was closer to 10%, up around 7 or 8%?

No wonder so many folks continue to stay in the closet! The gay marriage thing will blow over in two generations, tops. I think the younger generations (anyone younger than Generation X) are understanding sexuality really doesn't matter.

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